The Addiction : How to Tackle Emotional Thinking

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Are you ready to drain yourself of Emotional Thinking in order to beat the addiction to the narcissist and achieve freedom? Absolutely, you are.

By accessing the Assistance Packages to understand the foundation of your addiction and then the relationship between your addiction and Emotional Thinking, you are then ready to tackle Emotional Thinking and drain it away.

This must-have Assistance Package is required listening to ensure you defeat the Enemy Within which is Emotional Thinking and thus allow you to manage successfully the addiction. This Assistance Package provides you with a range of ground breaking information, which includes :-

How to recognise Emotional Thinking

How to apply the Acid Test which is crucial to tackling ET

Over 20 examples of what ET looks like AND how to address those common examples of ET

How you go about shutting off ET

How your existing level of ET occurs

Knowledge about The Bathtub Principle

Information about the rate of ET Attrition

How you will rid yourself of unwanted emotions caused by ET

How your no contact regime fits with tackling ET

Understanding and recognising ET is absolutely essential to defeating the Enemy Within and allowing you to achieve freedom from the narcissist.

This is powerful and unique information which you will not find anywhere else.

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2 thoughts on “The Addiction : How to Tackle Emotional Thinking

  1. Caity says:

    What HG says about an empath’s addiction is true. Completely, unequivocally true. Let me tell you what it felt like to me, just recently when the ‘drug’ was offered, and not by an ex.

    A man I’d met very sporadically through work, who I’ve been vaguely friendly with, had no interest in ‘that way’ but considered a nice guy, had asked me to lunch several months ago. It was a ‘thank you’ for helping him in something really unimportant but which I was able to do fairly easily. I accepted because I thought he was a nice guy, happily married and I’m in a relationship so I figured he’d know it was platonic only. We texted which restaurant where we’d meet and when we had arrived.

    Lunch was nice, if a bit dull.
    He talked about cars (he’s evidently a huge muscle car enthusiast); a bit about how he met his wife (he seemed proud of her and quite satisfied with their relationship; it was an extremely thin discourse regarding her though…not disparaging, but vague, and he did touch on a previous wife not so pleasently. The first red flag went up).

    It ended politely, no comments about meeting up again. Just “thank you, take care”. That was it. Again, this was months ago.

    Today I get a text from him. He said he was sorry for not contacting me since then, that he had ‘some questions’ he wanted to ask me, and that he ‘missed talking’ to me.

    This from a man I’ve spoken to literally a handful of times in over 4 years and never had conversations as one would for him to ‘miss’ it. We had lunch *once* and it was mostly him talking about cars (those he owned or wanted to own).

    But he “missed talking” to me.

    My first reaction was ‘yep, he’s a narc’, but the underlying reaction was more subtle.

    “I miss talking to you.”

    Jesus, for a second…for several seconds I *felt* the rush, the drug we are all addicted to, the complete emotional thinking trying to take over, trying to obliterate all that I’ve learned about narcissists and logic and…the game. It was right there; it felt kind of light and then….the crash. The memory that this is how it starts and I felt physically sick. Absolutely nauseous.

    I won’t respond, of course. HG has taught me too well, and I blocked and deleted. But what appalled me was how physical the addiction is, how it felt and that this *is* an addiction I will have to deal with for the rest of my life. Thankfully, I found HG’s work, so I can now identify it, and protect myself from it.

    For the rest of my life.

  2. Asp Emp says:

    This is one of the first pieces of HG’s work that I was given through the ‘Angel Assistance Fund’ at the beginning of my journey of understanding narcissism and the affects it has on Logical Thinking & Emotional Thinking.

    This Assistance Package gave me a really good insight to grasping the concept of what is ‘Emotional Thinking’ and how it impacts on your mindset, especially in relation to understanding more about narcissism. ‘The Bathtub Principle’ concept was really effective.

    A brilliant piece of work by HG.

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